About this flight
The carrier: Jetairfly
The Belgian branch of the TUI parent company, Jetairfly operates thousands of charter flights every year between Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and a variety of other destinations, most of them in the Mediterranean basin.
Comprehensive destination list within Belgium.
More or less a charter operation with a north-south route axis.
*Carry-on: One small piece of hand luggage is permitted that can weigh no more than 6 kg (10 kg for long-haul flights.)
*Checked: Each passenger is allotted 20 kg of check-in weight (25 kg for long-haul), for each additional kg over will cost €8 (€12 for long-haul)
* Please visit Jetairfly’s website for more information on its baggage policy.
Passengers typically reserve seats at the time of booking, whether on-line or through a travel agent.
Check-in and Ticketing
Passengers must check-in at least two hours before departure. No one can check in once the desk is closed and the airline will cancel the seat reservation without providing a refund.more...
Departure: Reus, Spain (REU)
The Reus Airport receives a large amount of passengers headed to the beach resorts of Salou and Cambrils. A few low-fare airlines use the airport in place of service to Barcelona, which is only 90km to the north and can reached by public and private transport. Location: Reus Airport is located 3 km southeast of the city and 13 km from the Tarragona city center. Transport: - Bus: Public transport buses will take travelers from the airport to the Reus bus station which is located 15 minutes from the Reus town center. You can find these buses outside the Arrivals Hall and the journey will take around 25 minutes. This bus also serves as a connection with the Renfe train station. Tickets can be bought on the bus. For more details visit the Reus Transport Website. There is also a bus that can take travelers straight into Barcelona (at the María Cristina square and Sants station). The buses to Barcelona can be found outside the Arrivals Hall and the journey lasts roughly 90 minutes. The timetables for this service will vary throughout the year as the bus schedule is planned to meet the flights that arrive each day. For an up-to-date listing of the schedule and fares consult the bus company’s Official Website. If travelers would like to reach the town of Cambrils as well as the towns on the way (La Pineda, Faro, Salou and Vilaseca), there is a line which covers this route. For details visit the bus company’s Website. - Taxi: If you are traveling with a big group or have children it may be more convenient to book a private transfer to and from Reus Airport. Many of the taxis at the airport rarely have children’s safety seats and the limit of passengers is four. Service: There are a few shops and restaurants located in the airport. Other services include information desks and a first aid facility. more...
Arrival: Brussels, Belgium - National (BRU)
Brussels International Airport, not to be confused with Brussels Charleroi Airport, is Belgium's most important airport. Brussels International is mostly served by flag carrier and "conventional" airlines, though easyJet, Clickair, Sterling, SkyEurope, and some charter airlines also fly in and out of the airport. Brussels International Airport was formerly known as "Brussel Nationaal/Bruxelles-National" (Brussels National). Location: The Brussels International Airport is located in Zaventem, near Brussels, Belgium. Transport: - Rail: The airport train station is located below the terminal (basement level-1). Up to 4 trains an hour connect the airport to Brussels North, Brussels Central, and Brussels Midi stations. Moreover there are direct train services to the East, South and West of Belgium. Information on the schedules of all Belgian and international train services can be found on the Belgian Railways website. - Bus: The bus station is located on level 0, one floor down from the arrivals hall, and can be easily reached by using the escalators or elevators. Centrally located on the bus station there are three platforms, each with its specific use. There are several buses available for travelers. The most common, De Lijn, operates express bus services and departs from platform A. For more information consult their official website for specific rates and times. Another bus service available is the MIVB/STIB which leaves from platform C. For more information view the MIVB/STIB official website. Other options include the Antwerp Express and the Brussels Airport express. Specific rates and times can be found on their official website. - Taxi: Taxis with a taximeter are permanently available in front of the arrivals hall. Licensed taxis can be recognized by the blue and yellow emblem. Travellers are advised to avoid unlicensed taxis. Service: Services within the Brussels Airport include baggage lockers, information desks, a pharmacy, money exchanges, telecoms, places of worship, as well as various shops and restaurants.more...
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